SACRAMENTO (August 22, 2008) – United Animal Nations (UAN) has named five volunteers to serve as Regional Directors for its Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS), which shelters and cares for animals displaced by natural disasters and other crises, such as criminal seizures and hoarding cases.
EARS Regional Directors monitor situations that may affect animals in their designated geographic regions; network with emergency management and animal control agencies; and work with local authorities and other animal protection organizations to operate temporary shelters for displaced animals as needed.
The new Regional Directors are:
UAN has more than 4,000 EARS volunteers in the
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